NASA's InSight lander has just six and a half minutes to land on Mars in one piece - The Verge
NASA's InSight lander has just six and a half minutes to land on Mars in one piece
Early next week, NASA will attempt the grueling feat of landing a spacecraft on Mars, hoping to add to its growing collection of tech on the Red Planet's surface. This time, NASA hopes to place a robotic lander, called InSight, on a flat, boring part ...
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Published on 21 Nov 2018 at 02:06PM